JS Safe | Google CTF 2018

Google CTF 2018 Floppy Well it’s definitely the 90s. Using what was found in the mysterious .ico file, you extract the driver for the Aluminum-Key Hardware password storage device. Let’s see what it has in store. You can find my all CTF solution in here First…

Security By Obscurity | Google CTF 2018

Google CTF 2018 Security By Obscurity Reading the contents of the screenshot you find that some guy named “John” created the firmware for the OffHub router and stored it on an iDropDrive cloud share. You fetch it and find “John” packed the firmware with an…

Floppy | Google CTF 2018

Google CTF 2018 Floppy Using the credentials from the letter, you logged in to the Foobanizer9000-PC. It has a floppy drive…why? There is an .ico file on the disk, but it doesn’t smell right.. You can find my all CTF solution in here First I change…

Moar | Google CTF 2018

Google CTF 2018 Moar Finding yourself on the Foobanizer9000, a computer built by 9000 foos, this computer is so complicated luckily it serves manual pages through a network service. As the old saying goes, everything you need is in the manual. nc moar.ctfcompetition.com 1337 You…

OCR is Cool | Google CTF 2018

Google CTF 2018 OCR is Cool Caesar once said, don’t stab me… but taking a screenshot of an image sure feels like being stabbed. You connected to a VNC server on the Foobanizer 9000, it was view only. This screenshot is all that was present…

Letter Solution | Google CTF 2018

Google CTF 2018 Letter Question You really went dumpster diving? Amazing. After many hours, SUCCESS! Between what looks like a three week old casserole and a copy of “Relative-Time Magazine”, you found this important looking letter about the victims PC. However the credentials aren’t readable…